November 9, 2013 @ 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Cafferty Building
$10 per class for Arboretum members and $15 per class for nonmembers.

Dr. Jesse Randall, an ISU Extension Forester and Professor in Natural Resource Ecology and Management at ISU will teach this class. This indoor/outdoor program will highlight some of the problems with current windbreaks and discuss new windbreak options (spacing, species selection, planting and maintenance, etc) to promote energy conservation around your home, farm, etc.  The talk will also focus  on “planting the right tree in the right spot.“  Participants are encouraged to bring photographs of their own trees if they have questions or concerns with their trees.

Focus: the Arboretum’s fabulous tree collection

Branches Tree Series
October 5 – Mighty Oaks led by Don Wirth
October 12 – Fall Colors led by Andy Dahl
October 26 – Nuts on Trees and Tables led by Jeff Carstens and Becky Ringsby
November 2 – Gardening with Conifers led by Gary Wittenbaugh
November 9 – Windbreaks and Trees for Tricky Spots led by Dr. Jesse Randall



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